Tuesday, July 26, 2011

New York Mag's Grub Street blog highlights Landmark Feast!

Last week, New York Magazine's daily food blog, Grub Street, included Landmark Feast in its Neighborhood Watch report!  Click here to read our mention!

Our thanks to Grub Street for highlighting the participation and support of Upper West Side chefs Bill Telepan of Telepan Restaurant, John Fraser of Dovetail Restaurant, and Jonathan Benno of Lincoln Restaurant.  Learn more about these chefs (and all the West Side chefs who'll be preparing locally-sourced seasonal dishes at the Feast!) on the Meet the Chefs page.

Tickets are selling fast--200 friends, new and old, have already reserved their seats at the table for this extraordinary dining experience!  Buy your tickets online today!

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Nora Ephron & Nick Pileggi join Feast as co-chairs

Nora Ephron & Nick Pileggi invite you to feast!

They join Honorary Event Chair Ruth Reichl and fellow co-chairs Garry Trudeau & Jane Pauley and Shirley & Milton Glaser in celebrating Landmark Feast,
an unprecedented outdoor farm dinner celebrating the Upper West Side and life’s essentials—great architecture, parks, people, food—all key to a sustainable future

Tickets are selling fast -- dinner is already half sold out!  Reserve your seat at the table soon!


On Sunday, September 25, 2011, the Arthur Ross Terrace at the American Museum of Natural History will be transformed into an extraordinary outdoor dining room for a four-course sit-down dinner—served family-style at one long, communal table under the stars—featuring best-quality local food prepared by the Upper West Side’s most brilliant chefs, all of whom are donating their time and talent.

Landmark Feast
is being orchestrated by Outstanding in the Field, an international leader in the farm-to-table movement with a track record of coordinating unique food experiences across the country.

All proceeds from Landmark Feast support
Friends of Roosevelt Park, the only group dedicated to maintaining and beautifying the green oasis surrounding the Museum of Natural History for the enjoyment of West Siders and four million annual visitors to the area and LANDMARK WEST!, the grassroots organization responsible for preserving the Upper West Side's historic character and livability for the past 25 years.